Women in Tech, Part 2

Written by Guido Jansen in
October 2017

Welcome to the second part of our Women in Tech podcast. In the first part Guido spoke with Allesandro Ronchi and in this second part he sat down with 5 women attending the Dutch Magento Unconference to continue our conversation about diversity in Tech and specifically in the Magento community.

We recorded this podcast outdoors and we had some background noise we couldn’t get rid off in post production, so our apologies for that. It’s worst at the beginning but it get’s better a couple of minutes into the recording.

Our guest for this episode are Sonja Riesterer, Lorena Ramonda, Claudia Teubner, Carmen Bremen and Sherrie Rohde and they are interviewed by Guido Jansen.

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